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Sep 27, 2012 6:00am EDT
increased in the lt two or three years. when bill clinton, you know, gave his talk at the democratic national convention, he was incredibly shrewd because with, you know, he didn't really talk about medicare. many people commented, why didn't he? medicare's not actually the real wedge, it's not really the difference in terms of numbers. it really is medicaid. and when you look at medicaid and who benefits from medicaid, it's a lot of, you know, white working class folks as well as people from kind of underrepresented minority backgrounds as well. so i think that when you think about how republicans need to talk about it, i think that that's the funny thing about, um, ryan and ryanism. i think that actually he has, in some respects, you know, kind of gotten it right, and talking about how you want to talk about we actually care about the safety net. it matters a lot to us in a free enterprise society n a dynamic society we actually need to have this. so it's not actually some kind of side thing that we kind of garnish on the salad, but rather an incredibly important part of making the
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